Original article from Kent Live
The Metropolitan Police says searches are "ongoing" in Kent as they continue to investigate the death of Sarah Everard.
It’s been nearly two weeks since the body of the 33-year-old was discovered in a woodland near Ashford.
Since the focus of the investigation turned to Kent, police and search teams have focused on a number of locations in the east of the county.
Pictures today have shown CCTV being installed at a property in Deal, which was cordoned off in relation to the search earlier on this month.
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The pictures appear to show a white van fitting the cameras outside of the property although there is nothing to suggest the CCTV is linked to the investigation.
Over the last two weeks the investigations into the death of Sarah Everard have seen a number of towns and locations across the county cordoned off.
A big police presence remained for a number of days surrounding the woodland in Great Chart where the body of Sarah Everard was found.
Diving teams, forensics teams and hundreds of police officers were pictured entering the site in the days after the body was found.
Investigations teams have also searched a property in Dover in the hours after the body was found, before returning to the Western Heights areas of the town last week.
Dozens of Met Police officers were pictured in uniform at the site last Thursday (March 18)
Large areas surrounding the Rope Walk and Butts pathway were cordoned off as well as the Co-op car park in the centre of town.
Serving police officer Wayne Couzens, 48 has been charged with the murder of Sarah Everard.
He appeared at the Old Bailey via a video link from Belmarsh Prison last week where the judge set a plea hearing date for 9 July and a provisional trial for 25 October.